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Arms of Livingston of Livingston824 viewsThe cinquefoil is so frequently met with the cross crosslet that the famous heraldist, Fox-Davies, believes there is some illusion behind it. The cross crosslet fitchée represented an evangelist, and as used in the West referred to St Moluag.
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Arms of Livingston Earl of Callendar770 viewsCreated in 1641
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Arms of Livingston Viscount Kilsyth823 viewsCreated in 1661
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Arms of Livingston Earl of Linlithgow817 viewsCreated in 1600
Alexander, second Earl of Linlithgow, believed that his family were descended of the McLea's in the Highlands.
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Arms of Livingston Viscount Teviot820 viewsCreated in 1696
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Arms of Livingston of Drumry and Wemyss774 viewscirca 1333
Note the royal double tressure in the arms suggesting descent from the ancient line of Scottish kings.
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Arms of Lord Livingston of Callendar841 viewsCreated circa 1458
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Arms of Livingston Earl of Newburgh794 viewsCreated in 1647

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Clan Crest Badge1026 viewsJul 14, 2009
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Arms of Livingston Viscount Teviot820 viewsCreated in 1696
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Arms of Livingston Earl of Newburgh794 viewsCreated in 1647
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Arms of Livingston Viscount Kilsyth823 viewsCreated in 1661
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Arms of Livingston Earl of Callendar770 viewsCreated in 1641
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Arms of Lord Livingston of Callendar841 viewsCreated circa 1458
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Arms of Livingston Earl of Linlithgow817 viewsCreated in 1600
Alexander, second Earl of Linlithgow, believed that his family were descended of the McLea's in the Highlands.
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Arms of Livingston of Livingston824 viewsThe cinquefoil is so frequently met with the cross crosslet that the famous heraldist, Fox-Davies, believes there is some illusion behind it. The cross crosslet fitchée represented an evangelist, and as used in the West referred to St Moluag.Jul 14, 2009